Welcome to the HyFlex Learning Community!

What is a HyFlex course?

Hello and welcome to the HyFlex Learning Community. We are a community of educators working together to improve student access to high-quality and equitable learning by using Hybrid-Flexible (HyFlex) learning environments. HyFlex learning experiences are available in the classroom or online, and support students in choosing which participation mode is best for them. (For more about HyFlex, visit the FAQ page.)

Together, we’re building the Hybrid-Flexible future for our current students and those to come.


News for the HyFlex Learning Community

May 7, 2022

Next Gathering (webinar) Scheduled: May 12, 2022
Topic: Community-Sourcing a HyFlex Course Quality Rubric

We’ve scheduled our next gathering event (webinar) for May 12, 9 am – 10 am PDT (GMT/UTC -7) to begin “community-sourcing” a HyFlex course evaluation rubric. Many of us use rubrics to evaluate the quality of online course design (and sometimes teaching), but how many have this for their HyFlex courses? None we know of. Let’s build one together for all of us to use. We will share a cloud-based rubric for the community to add to and use as desired. Bring your ideas, questions, and comments, and join us live online if you can.

Registration link: https://bit.ly/3MJYjmd 

Watch past webinars: You can review webinar recordings and supplemental resources in the Gathering Archive

Read past newsletters: Archived newsletters are available in the “Newsletter Archives” in the Resources menu. To subscribe to receive the newsletter (monthly publishing) via email, use the Newsletter Subscription form in the same Resources menu area.

HyFlex Learning Design Workshop: Our next workshop is scheduled for June 13-17, 2022. If you are interested in the details, see the HyFlex Learning Workshops page. If you’d like to discuss a custom workshop or a cohort workshop for your institution (with permission to reuse locally) please contact us: Contact

HyFlex Learning Community Achievement Badges: We’ve implemented achievement badges for full participation in HyFlex learning Community workshops that provide evidence of learning and meeting outcomes. Our first two badges, HyFlex Fundamentals and HyFlex Planning are awarded at the conclusion of the HyFlex Course Design workshop. Several dozen participants have already received their badges, through badgr.com. Additional workshops (in development) will also award corresponding achievement badges. More about badges here.

Mailing List Signup
We recently added an email list for those wishing to send messages to others in the HyFlex Learning Community who have signed up for the list. This is a useful tool for us to use to share current news and ask/answer questions in a less formal manner than the discussion forums and blog comments. To subscribe to the list, visit Join our listserv mailing list! to enter your name and email address.


Read the blog: The HyFlex Learning Community blog includes posts dating back to 2010, the early days of HyFlex development, and continues to add weekly posts relevant to current practices, trends, and responses to our shared experiences. The Forum includes discussion areas for community members to talk about strategy, faculty and student experience, implementing and administering HyFlex, and more.

Join the community, add your voice: We invite you to join our community, so you can contribute your voice: your questions, answers, ideas, and suggestions for all of us to learn from. Membership is free and easy. Visit the Register page to join the community and gain access to the discussions and blog comments. Not sure about joining? No problem – much of the content on this site is available for anyone to view and learn from, but you won’t be able to add your voice until you register. To subscribe to our community mailing list, visit Join our listserv mailing list! to enter your name and email address. Only members can send or receive community messages.

Find more support for your HyFlex journey: If you’re interested in more substantial help learning about or implementing your own HyFlex course(s) or program, visit the Services page to learn more about what we can offer you, or fill out the Contact form to start a conversation.

Read more about the team overseeing this community site by visiting the About Us page.

We also appreciate hearing your comments and suggestions. Use the Contact form to send those to us, or join the conversation in blog comments or discussion forums.